Three passengers were dragged off a plane by police after a shocking brawl broke out on the aircraft, forcing an early landing.
The violent confrontation occurred two hours after the flight departed from Denpasar, Bali.
When the Jetstar flight touched down in Brisbane, Australia three offenders, two men and a woman, were carted off by officers.
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Hours earlier, the heavily tattooed traveller sparked outrage after he was spotted in the airport wearing nothing but very short shorts.
Staff allegedly ordered him to cover up, a wish he complied with.
According to 9News, one witness videoed the incident, showing several passengers throwing their fists around while a flight attendant attempted to intervene but struggled.
A witness said about six other passengers also stepped in to separate the trio.
During the shocking clip, one passenger can be heard shouting: “Oi! Stop, stop!”
“Someone knock him out,” another traveller behind the camera says.
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Later in the video, passengers can also be seen clapping and cheering while the trio of brawlers are escorted away by the Australian Federal Police.
One traveller can be heard shouting “don’t come back, either”.
To which, the woman responds “f*** you,” while flashing her middle fingers.
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“This type of violent and disruptive behaviour is completely unacceptable and will never be tolerated on our flights,” a Jetstar spokesperson said.
“This was also an extremely tough situation for our crew and we’re providing support to them. The welfare of our passengers and crew is always our number one priority.”
No charges have been filed against the three offenders, but the publication claims that two of the three passengers have been banned from flying with the airline, pending an internal review.
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